The Liver Meeting Digital Experience™ (TLMdX) brings together clinicians, associates, and scientists from around the world to exchange information on the latest research, discuss new developments in liver treatment and transplantation, and network with leading experts in the field of hepatology.
Discover the most popular courses from The Liver Meeting®. Our flagship programs provide an all-day, immersive experience designed to provide relevant science and innovative tools that will help you better understand, diagnose, or treat liver disorders.
On Demand With Interactive, Live Q&A
The practice of hepatology has undergone profound shifts driven by new pathophysiologic insights which, in many cases, force us to rethink traditional medical dogma. This is also an era of profound progress in diagnostics and therapeutics. This program explores these seismic shifts to allow attendees to re-energize their practices and embrace new goals and objectives for treating many liver diseases.
Live! Not Available On Demand.
At the Basic Science Symposium, basic and clinical investigators will summarize the newest research in the molecular and cellular mechanisms of alcohol-induced liver disease (ALD). Topics include hot discoveries in organelle and protein damage, cross-talk of multiple organs and tissues, microbiota, cell-to-cell communication, and immune response in ALD pathogenesis. Junior investigators and pre- and post-doctoral trainees are encouraged to attend.
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TLMdX is a great opportunity to learn from peers and hear the latest advances in science. Participants are expected to adhere to the following registration requirements.
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